| Unreal Tournament 2003
Unreal Tournament 2003 is the sequel to 1999's
multiple 'Game of the Year' award winner. It uses the very latest Unreal Engine
technology - where graphics, sound and game play are taken beyond the bleeding
edge. Unreal Tournament 2003 employs the use of Vertex as well as Pixel Shaders
and it's recommended that you use a DirectX 8 videocard to get the most out of
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CC - Ultimate Gaming
If FPS's is the main genre that you play you're
definitely going to be very satisfied with the Ultimate Gaming
Fast and Pretty!
Canada Computers Ultimate Gaming
System is just that, an ultimate gaming system! With a P4 3.2C backed
up by 1GB of OCZ PC3500 EL DDR RAM and a GeForceFX 5900 Ultra
based videocard on an Intel D875PBZ motherboard, what else could you ask for?
How about Creative's SB Audigy 2 Platinum and the awesome Sony DRU-510A
DVD+/-RW or an aluminum KingWin mid tower case and a 450W LED supply?
It's easy to pack a
system with all high end parts, and from playing with the system I can see that
a lot of time and effort was put in building the machine as
Little things like them cleaning up all the cables with zip ties to making
sure all the drives on the front panel are flush with the rest of the case will
certainly make the consumers money seem a little more well spent.
It's a given that performance of this system is very
good. After all the benchmarks, it is clear that Canada Computers Ultimate
Gaming Machine of 2003 zipped through all the tests
with no difficulty.
While there is no official price tag for this
system we're estimating it would run around $2500-3000 CDN ($1900-2280 US). It shouldn't be any
surprise that this system is easily one of the most powerful Intel desktop PC's
available on the market, and should keep even the most hardcore gamer happy for
a long time!
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